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This Week’s Classifieds: March 21, 2012

March 21, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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WHERE TO EAT:

SERVING EITHER Rib Steak or Prime Rib every Monday 6 pm – 9 pm. $10.95. Knotty Pine, 402-386-5488, Petersburg, NE.  1tfc

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

TICKETS FOR sale: “Q125 Tea Luncheon” - Hat Style Show, April 28, 12:30 p.m., Elgin Community Center, $12.50. Deadline is April 21. Call Donna Mackel, 843-5514 or Doris Baum, 843-5636.      24-25c

 

WANTED:

WANTED: GRAIN and rock hauling needs.  Beckman Lumber, Inc. 402-843-2131.               14tfc

 

FOR SALE:

FOR SALE:  New 71” L-shaped desk with hutch. Paid $540, asking $250. Roxanne McNally, Neligh, 929-0152. 24c

 

SEEKING BIDS:

Elgin Public Schools is seeking bids on a number of construction projects to be completed this summer.  For more information and a list of projects stop in at the school or call 402-843-2455. 24-25c

 

HELP WANTED:

Farm Help wanted. Field work, irrigation, trucking and general farm help. Full time or part-time. Great wages and benefits. Call 402-370-6261.    24-25c

FULLTIME DELIVERY DRIVER WANTED: CDL-A or -B with hazmat endorsement.  Good driving record required.  Insurance, vacation and paid holidays.  Call Jerry, Sapp Bros, 402-843-5621. 14tfc

 

SERVICES:

PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 plus tax. Appointments highly recommended. The Elgin Review, 116 South 2nd St, Elgin NE. 402-843-5500.    1tfn

CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384.                    1tfc

 

FOR RENT:

FOR RENT: 7-1.2 yard pull-type forced ejection dirt scraper. $225 per day. Call 402-843-8034.            22-25p

FOR RENT: Smith’s Storage Buildings, Elgin. Clean, dry and secure. Sizes 8’ x 16’ and up to 12’ x 24’. Prices start at $28/month. Contact Lee or Marie Smith. 402-843-2391.                   1tfc

 

CARD OF THANKS:

Thanks to everyone for visits, food, help and cards after my surgery.   Dona

“Thank You” to everyone who supported our St. Boniface Spring Benefit Auction.  We appreciate all the businesses, individuals, and families who donated/consigned items or services, or joined us for the day and made purchases.  Special thanks to Ted Baum, Corey Curtis, Mark Durre, and Matt McKay for donating their auctioneer services and to JoAnn Baum, Chris, Jeanine Baum, Dave, Dan and Doris Baum,  and Denis Henn for their dedication each year.  Many thanks to the cashiers, and to Circle 3 for providing the lunch stand.  Most of all, we thank the Auction Committee, headed up by Ben & Anna Meis and Kathy Dinslage.

God Bless you all!       St. Boniface Parish

 

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PJ, EPS Students to Take Part in State Speech Meet

March 21, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Students from Pope John Central Catholic and Elgin High School will compete Friday in the NSAA-sanctioned State Speech Contest.
Jenny Beckman, a junior at Pope John, will compete in Serious Interpretation of Prose Literature beginning Friday morning. She earned a trip to state by placing first in the D1-4 competition held at Wausa High School earlier this month.
Freshman Ethan Fischer and senior Danny Smith qualified for state by placing third in duet acting at the D2-3 district competition held at Ewing High School.
All three students will begin competition Friday morning.
The state meet will be held on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Science Fair to Be Monday Night at EPS

March 21, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

By Sara Walsh
EPS Science Instructor
See a problem. Test it. Learn from it. This is the basic premise behind the scientific method, the fundamental reasoning technique used in science! Who among us hasn’t seen a question in our surroundings and wanted to know the reason behind it. For many people who want that immediate answer, Google is the solution to the problem. However there is much to be said for performing one’s own test, from designing it, to implementing, to examining the data.
This year marks the 10th annual 7-12 Elgin Public Science Fair. Since its implementation, it has continually changed faces. Student projects have proven to be more and more challenging. They involve new and changing technology. There is more cross-curriculum work among teachers; now a junior high student learns research methods and writes their science fair research paper as part of a language arts assignment. Throughout all the changes, the benefits of scientific study have remained the same.
Students benefit from the science fair process in numerous ways. First of all, it allows them to think about the world around them in a different light. Instead of taking their surroundings for granted, it forces students to question the nature of events and form questions regarding them. Secondly, it takes students through the logical problem-solving process of the scientific method. Individuals go through this thought process each day when they solve problems for themselves—whether it is deciding what clothes to wear in the mornings to what to eat for supper. Drawing conclusions from one’s choices is what allows a person to learn and grow in their thought processes. By taking students through this logical sequence of events, it is helping to emphasize and develop that problem-solving process.
The science fair also allows a student to explore an area of knowledge in which she may be interested but is not necessarily covered in any of her classes. It allows a student to take a topic that he wants to learn more about and delve into the subject matter more deeply. It pushes students to think about common scientific knowledge in more ways than what one would think about on a day to day basis.
Oftentimes the science fair projects chosen reflect students’ interests and hobbies and prove to be a foreshadowing of their college and career paths.
But the science fair process is about so much more than just science. It is about language arts when the students conduct research and present their findings in a research paper. It is about math when students measure, calculate, and graph findings. It is about technology when students use varying types of programs to report their results and create multimedia presentations for their exhibitions. It is about oral skills when students present and defend their methods and findings to visitors the night of the science fair. It is about being dependable while working with a group; it is about using technology methods they will use in their post-secondary education; it is about forming and reforming hypotheses, it is about challenging oneself beyond ones normal bounds. It is about developing skills and the responsibility students will need as they grow into competent adults.
One of the greatest joys I experience as a teacher is the chance to talk to alumni once they have left our doors and have entered life beyond. Oftentimes the memories that surface are those involving science fair. They remember their topics, their groups, their difficulties, and their successes.
To support these students in their quest for knowledge, stop by the Elgin Public gym next Monday March 26th from 7-9 pm and visit the annual science fair. You just might be surprised at what you may learn!

Community Club to Meet Monday Night

March 21, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Elgin Community Club will be meeting Monday night, March 29, at The Steel Steed. Social hour begins at 6 p.m. with the meeting beginning at 7 p.m. in the steakhouse. On the agenda for the meeting is setting a new date for the 2012 WingDing, the breakfast fundraiser, the Easter Egg Hunt to be held on March 31st, the Steak Fry usually held in August plus future fundraisers to go towards the Q125 carnival. The Center For Rural Affairs representative has been re-scheduled to the April meeting due to a conflict in her schedule.

Donald A. Dozler

March 21, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Donald A. Dozler
1929 - 2012
Donald A. Dozler, 82 of Albion, NE passed away Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at the Boone County Health Center in Albion.
Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday, March 16, 2012, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Albion, with Fr. Stan Schmit officiating. Interment will follow at St. Michael’s Catholic Cemetery in Albion with military rites conducted by American Legion Post #162 and VFW Post #736. Levander Funeral Home of Albion, NE is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.levanderfuneralhome.com
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Donald was born October 22, 1929 to Andrew and Clara (Mescher) Dozler west of Elgin, NE.  He attended rural schools and later graduated the 8th grade at St. John’s Catholic School in Petersburg, NE.  On December 4, 1951, Donald was drafted into the United States Army where he served at Panama during the Korean War.  He was honorably discharged on November 13, 1953.
Donald was united in marriage to Ella Mae Penne on April 13, 1955 at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Elgin, NE.
The couple made their home and worked the farm, eight miles west of Albion. In the fall of 1990 they moved into Albion, where he worked as a Park Supervisor for the City of Albion.  Ella Mae passed away September 13, 2010.
Donald was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church of Albion, Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post #162 and VFW Post #736 of Albion. His many hobbies included fishing, collecting and restoring Massey Harris Tractors, making toys out of nuts and bolts, playing cards and spending time with family and friends.
Donald is survived by 2 sons: David (Lisa) Dozler; Richard “Dick” (Roberta) Dozler all of Albion; 2 daughters: Connie Asche of Beaman, IA; Cyndee (David) Merrell of St. Edward, NE; 11 grandchildren; Rebecca Dozler, Sarah (Josh) Peter, Trista, Melissa, Macey, and Tye Dozler, Luke and Erin Asche, Allison, Blake, and Brandon Merrell; 4 great-grandchildren; Shashannah, Jayla, Eli, and Lexis; one brother: LeRoy (Mary Kay) Dozler of Albion; one sister: Joyce (David) Figgner of Albion; along with many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his wife Ella Mae, parents: Andrew and Clara Dozler; father and mother-in-law: Richard and Marie Penne; son-in-law, Steve Asche, and a niece Kristine Dozler.

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